LGT4HEP - Students


Current Traineeship Students


Bill Good (he/him)

Department of Physics and Astronomy
Michigan State University

Bill is a second-year graduate student and an awardee of Michigan State University Distinguished Fellowship in 2022. He is interested in pursuing in dual PhD degree with Computational Mathematics, Science and Engineering at MSU. Bill serves on the graduate curriculum committee in the MSU Physics department and as the treasurer for the Women and Minorities in the Physical Science at MSU. Bill hopes to one day be a professor at a university, inspiring future generations of physicists. Outside of physics and service, he enjoys mixed martial arts, music, and his two cats.

Jonas Hildebrand

Department of Physics
University of Connecticut

Jonas is a second year graduate student at the University of Connecticut pursuing a PhD in physics, and he is specifically interested in both analytic and computational particle physics. Jonas received a B.S. in physics with a philosophy minor from Whitworth university in Spokane, Washington. Jonas enjoys Olympic lifting, skiing, and soccer in his free time.

Jake Sitison

Department of Physics
University of Colorado, Boulder

Jake is a graduate student at the University of Colorado Boulder where he received his MS in Applied Mathematics and is now working toward his PhD in Physics. He is interested in doing precision calculations with lattice QCD and is currently studying the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon with the Fermilab-MILC Collaboration. In his free time, he is an avid rock climber and a mediocre skier.

This traineeship is sponsored by DOE HEP Computing traineeship